Taking a stand: I told my gynecologist to take "transgender" off of sex options by BEB in GenderCritical

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Imagine in five years

There is some hope yet that eyes will open. Go read this: https://WeTheScreamers.com/

Read it, then absorb that it was written in January 1944, before there was even a word for the holocaust, when the common belief was that this was just hyperbolic propaganda—or a conspiracy theory, despite all the evidence. Our minds want to protect us from the truth, but we are sane to be screaming.

What the ever loving fuck Scotland? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Just throw everything in there... then hopefully we can simplify to just "everyone with a sex" and be done with all this nonsense.

Gwen Stefani Slams the Idea of Cultural Appropriation, Social Media Virtue Signaling, and Celebrity Politics by [deleted] in news

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I know what you're saying!

Pedo Joe Biden Flirts with Little Girl at Virginia Speech, "I Love Those Barrettes in Your Hair... She Looks Like She's 19 Years Old by scrubking in politics

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But what kind of ice cream did he get...

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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Ok, so there's another tragic realization to add to the list, if true: small businesses add nothing of value, and we wouldn't really miss them if they were gone... we would do just fine with supply chains & distribution managed by megacorps like Amazon & Walmart.

Don’t forget to not be phobic towards HOBITses on this international day by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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How precious.

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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It probably makes sense to have vaccination papers for international travel, and this already exists for other diseases anyway. No big deal. Their country, their rules.

Internal movement though? No.

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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The way to safely lift the lockdown is to be vaccinated. Or have everyone follow the lockdown rules for a few weeks.

Which one was Florida doing this whole time? Or Texas?

They fared no worse relative to other states, and I believe that tells us there are details about the transmission of this virus that have been badly misunderstood over the last year. We might've latched on to bad recommendations because of this. But, even if governments knew that masks only made a minimal difference right from the start, they would probably still tell everyone to wear them as a panacea, to make the populace feel like we are in control, and "doing our part" to help. It's well-meaning and understandable.

Officials always get obsessed about technical definitions so they can look up the correct protocols to recommend from their manual. They are unthinking bureaucrats. Like remember last February/March when they were hesitant to call it a "pandemic" and were quibbling about the precise definition of the term? I think the same is true about questions like whether this virus should now be reclassified as "airborne" which was also widely denied as they pushed for the "droplets" explanation, and then "aerosols" for so long instead.

Droplets & aerosols would justify the 2m rule and masking. But distance wouldn't actually help for an airborne virus, and neither would masks. I predict that "lockdowns" in apartment buildings with shared HVAC systems didn't help us much either. It's possible that other recommendations focusing on dilution would've had better results instead: improve ventilation, open windows, gather outside, etc. Assuming they're willing to admit it's been airborne this whole time of course.

How the fuck do you get so manipulated

Sure, some people are easily manipulated and don't think for themselves. But it's possible to disagree for well-founded reasons and contradictory evidence too. It shouldn't be a tribal team-mask vs. team no-mask argument assuming everyone is stupid. Are you manipulated to "trust the science", or have you looked into it? If you did, would you allow yourself to raise questions and have a solid discussion about it?

I'm not "anti-mask" by the way. There's much more interesting depth to the issue that's worth actually discussing.

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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Yes, very true. I'm actually kind of worried now after seeing how relatively well it's gone.

The fact that there weren't more major disruptions over the last year just tells us how detached from physical reality some things actually are. The stock market are way up after what should have been periods of lockdown & contraction for several industries. Housing prices are way up.

Either the economy is way more resilient than we imagined, which would means the whole industry of financial theorizing, analysis and punditry were complete bullshit and we don't understand economics at all... or things are desperately propped up in places and overinflated, just waiting for a slight breeze to bring it crashing back down. So which one is the real Potemkin village?

Makes me wonder about things like the gas shortages: an isolated incident, or a sign of more to come?

This is an actual tweet from Joe Biden by Orangutan in politics

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"funded by Anthony Fauci" is hyperbolic, but the actual facts should still be discussed soberly: The NIH and NIAID funded the research through third-party contractors like EcoHealth Alliance, who worked with labs in China and published scientific papers with them.

It should not be taboo for our news media to point out these facts. I suspect everybody's hands are a little bit dirty.

Psaki Reassures: ‘Inflation Completely Under Control Outside Of Food, Gas, And Housing’ by Drewski in funny

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Well, apart from medicine, irrigation, health, roads, cheese and education, baths and the Circus Maximus, what have the Romans ever done for us?

Moment judge calls out Strange Chaselio and the ACLU's Big Lie of the Trans Sports "Ban" by jjdub7 in GenderCritical

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First time for me hearing this person speak, and it's insufferable to listen to. Just goes on and on without ever making an actual point.

Good on this judge for cutting through the bullshit so directly.

YWCA Canada signs on to statement "A trans woman has a woman's body, and is indeed biologically female." by BEB in GenderCritical

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The Canadian Conservatives are weak and ineffectual, same as the US Republican party right now, I think. The same kinds of woke ideological tricks are being used against them to the point that they also have to deny common sense and go along with everything to not be labeled as bigots.

Absolutely zero principles. It probably will take a nutjob like Trump to break through—unfortunately.

The only ones vocally standing up to it within the Conservative party are the more Christian-family-values, more hard-right types like Derek Sloan and fringe parties with other unpalatable views like Maxime Bernier's People's Party that splintered off from the Conservatives. These people are too edgy to be electable and will not make a difference.

If you won’t fuck us it’s genocide by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Interesting discusssion, thanks. I think we are fundamentally debating classic Marxism as an economic theory against various strains of neo-Marxism here. Such as Antonio Gramsci, for one:

... renovate the existing intellectual activity of the masses and make it natively critical of the status quo. His ideas about an education system for this purpose correspond with the notion of critical pedagogy ...

"Cultural marxism" is not my term though. As a criticism of "cultural hegemony" it might be Gramsci's own invention, but as I said I don't really care what it's called... There is also "Marxist cultural analysis":

Since the 1930s, the tradition of Marxist cultural analysis has occasionally also been referred to as "cultural Marxism", in reference to Marxist ideas about culture

Wikipedia also has an article called "Cultural Marxism conspiracy theory" which is what you're probably referring to. I'm not. We shouldn't go on pretending that these ideas don't exist or are willful misrepresentations though. And if we do need to adopt a derisive term for this kind of ideological attack by borrowing it from Gramsci's critics, then so be it. Heck, even "capitalism" comes from Das Kapital and we use it to this day.

To be clear though, I really don't subscribe to any "Jewish question" baggage that comes along with these terms. We need a common language though, and I guess I would call the kind of ideological revolution called for in the quote above (through arbitrary definitions of oppressor/oppressed categories) to be some kind of cultural marxism. That's my colloquial definition at least, and it comes from reading Gramsci, a bonafide (neo-) Marxist—not his persecutors.

Maybe you're right and it is actually possible to tease apart these ideas from postmodernism and nazism. But there are still core elements of (neo-) Marxism in there, and those distinct ideas are from a century ago have semantically drifted into each other into the mess we're seeing today. It's probably not helpful to quibble about old terms and instead talk about what's actually happening.

If I am an "ist" of anything I would want to call myself a pragmatist. I don't believe in the supremacy of the Right over the Left or vice-versa. They are both necessary to keep balance on different issues. Some things are necessarily better when socialized; many other things not. You said:

A core, fundamental portion of Marxist thought is of a continuous line of economic development

I fundamentally don't believe there is a continuous line. We need the ability to adapt and diversify our resources, and a singular theory or way of thinking cannot be helpful to all situations or avoid creating harm that it didn't account for.

When I use a word, said Numpty Dumpty the genderqueer pansexual quasiromatic egg... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Gotta say, I love this Lewis Carroll reference.

If you won’t fuck us it’s genocide by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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That's not "social Marxism", a.k.a. "cultural Marxism", a.k.a. "The Joos", a.k.a. Nazi propaganda

Your initial argument was that it's not a thing, then you go on to describe it pretty well. (I disagree about the "Nazi" propaganda part, unless you mean to say these postmodern warriors are the same as that. Blame entire groups of people for society's problems, things like that do go with the territory.)

Your terminology is nonsensical (and basically backwards), but your thought is correct

I am not a well-studied academic. I just call it as I see it.

but the problem with them is not the Marxism part

LOL. Process of elimination! What else is left... this is the part where I bring up Mao, Pol Pot, etc.

What this is, is another attempt by the US establishment to destroy class consciousness - the only threat to their power

The literal defininition of "wokeness" is creating consciousness — it might just have been given the wrong targets of race & gender instead of wealth & class as its origin of societal power structures. Misdirect to divide instead of unite. Maybe that's by design. Or maybe we're just doing it to our well-meaning selves.

C Jenner's Position About TIMs in Girls' Scholastic Sports Represents A Sea Change; Previously Jenner Argued TIMs Have "No Advantage" Over "Other Girls" & Should Be Allowed to Compete in Female Sports by MarkTwainiac in GenderCritical

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Oh, you're right. Thank you. She seems to be smart enough to know not to debate this on Twitter.

Her position seems somewhat nuanced with regards to elite sport vs. everything else and she's actively trying to engage the opposing viewpoints. Her take is constructive to get people to start thinking back towards a sane middle ground. I personally think the same rules should apply to everyone including children at least at the point when sexes start to differ significantly—in any sanctioned sports after about age 10-12 or so. How else does someone become an elite athlete, it can't be some magical line where the rules suddenly change. Why indulge boys with false hopes and overinflate their egos, and simultaneously discourage girls who would otherwise be top of their category.

If you won’t fuck us it’s genocide by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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"social Marxism" is not a thing

I don't know what the fuck Soros is supposed to be about, but that is absolutely a thing. It has all kinds of names, but see cultural hegemony for some background on what this ideology is attacking in its world view.

Basically, Marxism was about organizing people under oppression vs. the oppressed. Originally this was an economic theory with terms like "proletariat" and "bourgeoisie" to describe the players in the class warfare, but anything could be framed this way, you just have to convince people that they need to side with the "oppressed", or else. The goal for the oppressed is called "liberation", but you know, like the Chinese People's Liberation Army it'll liberate you of something, that's for sure.

After the revolution in Russia, other western academics understood that it'll take more than the economy to make good people hate everything & each other to the point of tearing everything down in order to rebuild society to their vision of utopia. People do actually have principles that go deeper than money so you have to pick away at the culture and undercut any anchors of stability like cultural traditions & values first.

What you're seeing now with the promotion of divisions between sexes, within sexualities (as evidenced by the linked image), between races and political ideologies is exactly that: an attempt to discredit the values that underpin all of culture and make people hate everything while debating who's more oppressed. There is no interest in resolving these conflicts. There are no acceptable solutions because the conflict is the whole point: saying you are tolerant is not enough, saying you want to be apolitical is not enough. You are expected to take a side, or else you're complicit. This is a cultural revolution. This is cultural/social Marxism.

MtF Trans Person Interferes With Kid in Parking Lot; Can't Understand Why Mom Gets Upset. Chaos Ensues. by MBMayfair in LGBDropTheT

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No way the liberal media wouldn't have been all over this story.

Unless that wasn't the actual story. News checks it out, calls the mom who says this dude was trying to coerce her daughter who texted her mom to come save her from this creepy dude. Shows receipts of text messages. "Yeah... we can't cover this. And that's a woman, you should learn to respect pronouns, you know."

I kind of doubt the whole story too. You'd think there would be some criminal investigation of assault if he ended up in a coma with a brain injury.

Billboard Chris has a conversation with a Polyamorous Androgynous Man about Puberty Blockers by supersmokio6420 in GenderCritical

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The sneering and posturing is funny to watch. It's like he assumes he must disagree totally before even listening. Then when he gets painted into a corner, he needs to keep dismissing everything to save face.

Chris has another interview on his channel with a guy on a scooter. Same assumption at first, but then they ended up having a great chat and a hug at the end. People need to be more like that instead of assuming they know everything about you before you even speak.

Another GameStop "It's Ma'am!" Meltdown by BEB in GenderCritical

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If you call him "Karen" would he be pleased or upset?

Massachusetts Considers Bill to Criminalize Use of the Word Bitch by btwo in whatever

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What other words are criminal in Massachusetts? Or does "bitch" have the honor of becoming the first?

Why is everything so cringed now. by Meta in MeanwhileOnReddit

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this person reddits

An important reminder - truth and history are as fluid as sexualities and genders by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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A different, less charitable reading: "We wouldn't have all these queers if it wasn't for the blacks!"

Just saying, careful whom you nominate as your flag bearer to stand behind.

Praise can become blame when it goes too far: things like women's rights and grooming children into transition are inevitably going to blow up in somebody's face, eventually. There's things to be proud of in the gay rights movement, of course—but "Pride" can be double-edged.

Never-Before-Seen Drone Footage from Charlottesville 2017 Protests Reveals Enormous Extent of Media Lies and Propaganda by scrubking in politics

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No it's not, I'm not sure it will change anything. It might convince a few people that the greater event was just a shitshow from "both sides", but I think the violence of that car attack overshadows anything else.

C Jenner's Position About TIMs in Girls' Scholastic Sports Represents A Sea Change; Previously Jenner Argued TIMs Have "No Advantage" Over "Other Girls" & Should Be Allowed to Compete in Female Sports by MarkTwainiac in GenderCritical

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To be more direct and say what she means in her own words, instead of just a retweet with "yup". I expect her to say something like "I support the Arkansas bill to protect women's sports, even though these are my sworn political enemies".

However, I don't actually know what her stance is or what her principles are. She seems to tweet a lot of opinions about things, except this. Hence why I called it tiptoeing. Maybe I'm wrong and I've missed something though.

C Jenner's Position About TIMs in Girls' Scholastic Sports Represents A Sea Change; Previously Jenner Argued TIMs Have "No Advantage" Over "Other Girls" & Should Be Allowed to Compete in Female Sports by MarkTwainiac in GenderCritical

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It does. She is an important voice though, and I wish she'd stop tiptoeing around the issue.

C Jenner's Position About TIMs in Girls' Scholastic Sports Represents A Sea Change; Previously Jenner Argued TIMs Have "No Advantage" Over "Other Girls" & Should Be Allowed to Compete in Female Sports by MarkTwainiac in GenderCritical

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(Your serve, Martina.)


Not sure what I gather from that, I do wish she'd elaborate.

C Jenner's Position About TIMs in Girls' Scholastic Sports Represents A Sea Change; Previously Jenner Argued TIMs Have "No Advantage" Over "Other Girls" & Should Be Allowed to Compete in Female Sports by MarkTwainiac in GenderCritical

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his comments about school sports yesterday are so significant - and hypocritical.

It's not hypocritical to be provided with new information and then re-evaluate your position though.

Ellen Page is now recovering from her top surgery by LeoneOkada in LGBDropTheT

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bodily autonomy includes "top surgery" too folks

Hippocratic oath: "First, do no harm"

I would just hope there is enough safeguarding around that decision to make sure it's being done for a good reason, and that the person is in a good frame of mind. Also, no children.

"Netflix's 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines' is how to do LGBTQ representation in kids' movies" by PeakingPeachEater in LGBDropTheT

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Sadly I think it's going to become the word that stands in for the whole ever-expanding LMNOPQ++ umbrella. (We could say it's a synechdoche but I can never remember how to spell or pronounce that word so I won't, hah.)

Then someone will realize hey wait, we picked the one word that was a universal slur (instead of let's say, gay) and the quest for a new term will begin anew, maybe going back to a new alphabet soup when nobody can agree again.

I'm kind of hoping that people get over the idea of identifying as and belonging to and can just start being themselves without needing to call undue attention to it, whatever that is.

"Netflix's 'The Mitchells vs. the Machines' is how to do LGBTQ representation in kids' movies" by PeakingPeachEater in LGBDropTheT

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Take me with you. I'd like to go where you're going.

How do we feel about reclaiming slurs? by PatsyStone in LGBDropTheT

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Somewhere along the way a difference emerged between Queer as a noun ("you fucking queer") and an adjective ("queer artist").

This also seems to be the split between negative & positive connotations today. Try it! ("Sam's a queer" / "Sam is queer")

To truly say you reclaim it, I think it would have to be the noun. I don't see that happening.

One of the Basecamp founders explains why they bought out their SJW employees. "Feeling unable to speak up out of fear that they'd have an accusatory label affixed to their person for refusing to accept the predominant framing of the issues presented by other more vocal employees." by Chipit in news

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This is a fascinating episode. Read Jason Fried's blog too with the actual announcement: https://world.hey.com/jason

Basecamp is a very small company, but they are significant for defining how culture can be done right in the tech space. People have always looked up to them for standing true to their values and doing what they believe is right. Sure there were detractors, but I think that's just jealousy at the fact that two guys started a private company and basically redefined web software for a generation.

They offered their employees six months salary and no hard feelings if they disagree with this decision. In my opinion that's very generous and they don't owe them anything else. A lot of these engineers were probably making close to $200k salary so we're supposed to be surprised when a handful of them took the cool $100k to say have a nice life?

Wow, they're so oppressed for being told to stop comparing everything to genocide at work.

The hottest f*g in the men’s restroom <3 by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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"Just want to pee" ... Just like Yaniv.

Fucking narcissistic performative garbage.

If TRAs saying a boy in a dress is inherently trans is creepy, then so is obsessing over children's potential sexualities. by OPPRESSED_REPTILIAN in LGBDropTheT

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I think you make a valid point that obsessing over this stuff is weird. Also, does nobody else consider if kids are being overexposed to the complexities of adult sexuality, and that we should just let them grow up with a little more innocence? Questioning is an important process to developing a stable and secure identity. Let kids be themselves, they'll puzzle it out eventually!

Because when someone proclaims they have a "trans kid"—especially when they haven't even even reached puberty, and I would say even teenagers at this point—that's placing an expectation on how they will feel and see themselves after they mature. Projecting those expectations and confirming them is deeply wrong, since it denies children the ability to explore and find out where they fit into the world, so pushing this idea into young minds can only lead to harmful, irreversible decisions.

I don't think anybody is saying they will otherwise grow up to be gay. (Citation needed.) Saying the child might just be gay is the opposite of that. It's specifically avoiding any expectations, and it's not something that they can't figure out for themselves later after having at least been through a relationship or two on their own terms.

I think it's the declaration that they "will" become something that's the weird and creepy part—and it doesn't matter what it is.

Canada.ca deletes "Charter of Rights and Freedoms" (Canada's constitution) from their official website by Vigte in canada

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Looks like they replaced the original with a wokified version:


JEZEBEL - “Doctors Forgot to Warn People With Breasts That the Covid Vaccine Could Affect Their Next Mammogram “ People with breasts?!?!? Men have breasts, so do women. I'm confused... by BEB in GenderCritical

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It's almost like they had to squeeze in the "X with Y" to get people to click on it.

Does anyone want to create r/Cisbians or r/CisLesbians to see how long it'd last? by LeoneOkada in LGBDropTheT

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I thought the new term was "super". Just go with "supersuper" and add more as needed?

r/lgbt - It’s my birthday first birthday as a girl. Can you tell me I’m pretty Reddit? by cutenoobies in GenderCritical

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Wrong sub, must be looking for r/roastme

r/TrueUnpopularOpinion - The WHO removing gender dysmorphia/transsexuality from the mental illness list is a dangerous precedent by yousaythosethings in LGBDropTheT

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Fucking figures.

Literally figures, in a spreadsheet column. These are nothing less than calculated business decisions. Think about it this way:

  1. You manage a health authority.
  2. Your mandate is to promote health
  3. You need to show measured improvement in "health"
  4. Health "spending" is a proxy for actual health
  5. You get to choose what conditions are covered as a "health condition" or not
  6. Move cases from column A to column B
  7. Look, a reduction!

This is only slightly different from when insurance companies promoted smoking so people would just die quicker and not linger on their policy.

Somewhere in the middle it gets awfully queer to me by slushpilot in LGBDropTheT

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The AB-KADEF-G'JEKYLL-M'NOP-QUER-STU-WIX-IZ+ community finds this grossly offensive.

RANT: Whycan't we have our own fucking spaces? by ukrdude10 in LGBDropTheT

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coerce "inclusion"

Hmm. I think there's a word for that. It might involve penetration.

Arkansas passes bill protecting children from puberty blockers, cross sex hormones and surgery - Lesbian and Gay News. by Movellon in LGBDropTheT

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I didn't initially pick up on that probably because I've seen those terms thrown around so much but I think you're right: focus on the issue instead of partisan politics.

To be fair, the 2 uses of the term "culture war" were quotes from legislators before it was brought up in the phrase "many had been unaware of the culture wars" in the final paragraph.

Not sure why anyone should care what the opposite side thinks (whether it's conservative christians or whoever). Don't people have their own principles anymore, or has that all been outsourced to social media!?

Edmonton puts feminine hygiene products in bathrooms. They can't say women or females so refers to them as "menstrators". Comment section full of people who don't like that term. by insta in LGBDropTheT

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I think I'll have to use these terms anytime I need to clarify... In my best Ali G accent,

"Yeah, but. Is they like a ejaculator or a menstrator?"

Labour Councillor Wishes Pandemic Had Happened Before Brexit to "Cull" Leave Voters by Chipit in WorldNews

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Read again. I'm not defending "wishing for death". I'm saying we don't need to take everything someone says in a moment of exasperation and intentionally amplifying it into something it isn't.

Pure psychological projection

Yes, exactly this. All I'm saying both sides need to:

A. Tone it down with all the accusations of racism, comparisons to the holocaust, fill-in-the-blank-phobia, etc. B. Learn to receive a full-throated "go fuck yourself" and respond without cowering and invoking accusations of racism, etc.

Clutching your pearls about how somebody said something offensive is not a confident response: it's exactly what the Left does.

Labour Councillor Wishes Pandemic Had Happened Before Brexit to "Cull" Leave Voters by Chipit in WorldNews

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Yes I did read it. I said "death threat" quite vaguely because so many of these articles are just someone with third-hand outrage exaggerating about how someone "literally" wants you dead because they said something vaguely critical. Headlining this as "Wishes Death" is still hyperbolic for the actual quote so I think it fits.

So what if he's talking smack and calling those people idiots and saying they're going to make themselves sick and die. You're upset that he thinks it's the same people who voted for brexit so he just wishes it happened sooner? It's a pissy thing to say, but so what. Come up with a more clever reply instead of whinging about him being blunt and off-colour.

People are allowed to disagree with political opinions and call each other ignoramuses. That's my whole point. The answer is not to cry about how someone said something mean and they shouldn't be allowed to say it, but to address their actual point (if there is one) or just be an adult, shrug it off and say whatever—I still think you're an idiot though...

it makes sense once you understand that the Left considers the Right as The Other

Ironically, the way you phrase this makes it sound like "othering" the left. It's a good essay though.

Labour Councillor Wishes Pandemic Had Happened Before Brexit to "Cull" Leave Voters by Chipit in WorldNews

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I'm not a fan of inflating everything someone said into a sensational headline. Sure, it's unprofessional and blunt, but so what. Guess who else was exactly this for four years.

Saying you "wish" something is not a death threat and I don't think it should be taken so seriously. People need to vent, no matter what side of the political aisle they are on. If we don't allow space for this, public discourse only going to get worse.

Does anybody else feel anxious about this whole trans trend and its potential effects? by INeedSomeTime in LGBDropTheT

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Would you say that black men also feel more free to stand up to the gender nonsense bullshit and call it out? Maybe that helps keep it out of women's spaces?

It does seem like those who are at the top of the intersectional "privilege stack" (straight white men) are probably thinking, fuck that, I'm not sticking my neck out to defend anyone...

Twitter Suspends GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Shortly After She Tweets Easter Message, "He is Risen" - Updated by carn0ld03 in censorship

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Misinformation: this claim could not be verified.

I am so happy this sub exists. It feels like this is the only place i find sensible people. by ItsBondageTime in LGBDropTheT

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Is there even a meaningful use for organizing behind "LGB" anymore? More and more it seems like all sane people are on the same side regardless of being straight or not.

Amazon recruited a Twitter army named 'Veritas' to defend Jeff Bezos by scrubking in corruption

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Trans less likely to be murdered than average. GLAAD statement saying they are mass killed is a lie. by GConly in GenderCritical

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Conclusions (at the top of the paper):

Antiviolence public health programs should identify young and Black or Latina transfeminine women as an especially vulnerable population.

Discussion (further down):

The estimates suggest that overall in the United States during 2010 to 2014, transgender residents may have been at lower risk for homicide than were cisgender residents.

Hah. Funny how they had to extract some kind of politically-palatable takeaway to put at the top... "I don't like your conclusions." ... "Ok, well this subset is more vulnerable even though the whole cohort is not?" ... "Perfect, there's your conclusion. Run it."

Vancouver - Saturday April 10 10:30 am - 1 pm VANCOUVER Art Gallery - Protest Gender Ideology in Candian Schools and the imprisonment of ROBERT HOOGLAND (Dad jailed without bail for informing the public of youth being harmed by the Gender Movement) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Yes, but it's also very much about optics right now. It sucks, but this can easily backfire in the media.

Vancouver - Saturday April 10 10:30 am - 1 pm VANCOUVER Art Gallery - Protest Gender Ideology in Candian Schools and the imprisonment of ROBERT HOOGLAND (Dad jailed without bail for informing the public of youth being harmed by the Gender Movement) by BEB in GenderCritical

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Are there any official restrictions on gatherings like this in BC right now? I know they just closed indoor dining and some other restrictions, but I don't know all the details.

This message is serious enough that I would hate to see it lumped in with antivax or covid deniers or other similar narratives. "Look at them flouting the health order literally killing trans people" etc. etc.

Other places to discuss unwokeness? by JMAlarin1290 in GenderCritical

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I would actually recommend a lot of Benjamin's interview videos. I've seen him interview other educators as well, so maybe u/JMAlarin1290 might be interested in reaching out. We always need more people talking about these questions openly.

"Right Now I'm Scared" - CDC Director Warns of "Impending Doom" with Covid Case Trajectory by scrubking in politics

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I was saying that last year, there is no magic bullet.

Take reasonable precautions. Deal with the rest.

The way these bureaucrats want to carry all of the responsibility... I just don't understand their way of thinking. They believe they are gods who can push water uphill, and when it doesn't work they want to blame someone else.

Is Queer Theory just Satanism rebranded? by our_team_is_winning in LGBDropTheT

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If you want to look at it in those specific religious or symbolic terms, perhaps yes.

A more general understanding of "queering" is subversion of established norms. The actual stated goal is to destabilize understanding, and then to re-incorporate the all the contraditions together so they are no longer contradictory.

There is another name for this: Hegelian dialectic. A guy named Marx wrote a manual on using it. Then another guy named Lenin used it to "turn everything upside down".

Everybody run. The homecoming queen’s got a gun! by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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To be clear, "Community Watch Association" is not official, it's just a citizens group.

We told you, didn't we tell you, cause we told you. And when did we tell you? 8 months ago. And what did we say would happen when we told you? Exactly what just happened. by ukrdude10 in LGBDropTheT

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removed her as a mod after seeing the evidence. (this is not evidence from terfs)

Those parentheses say a lot.

Was anyone else here a supporter of trans rights, until they went too far and started demanding unquestioning compliance from every corner of society? by ukrdude10 in LGBDropTheT

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Sure, yes. I always thought "live and let live". Until I realized some people just take advantage of that.

BREAKING: Reddit goes on strike! What I'm seeing is Reddit and Twitter being flooded with people calling Aimee out. It's really something. Apparently now it's cool to post "Aimee Challenor's" name just for the sake of it - to be rebellious - and people are calling for her resignation. by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Well, you especially don't hire people with a history of creating blacklists to serve as admins... like they couldn't predict this would happen on the first day.

Free software advocates seek removal of Richard Stallman and entire FSF board by Drewski in technology

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Gentlemen, this is the Free Software Foundation! You can't be a free thinker here!

Reddit bans anyone for mentioning their new admin Ashton "Aimee" Challenor's name by TurtleFuzz in WatchRedditDie

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Boulder, CO mass shooter was a leftist Muzzie. And we all know that Muzzies gonna Muzz. by Tarrock in politics

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So violent.

Reddit admins just had a fucking MOMENT by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Linking to an article with a public person's name—unrelated to Reddit—is not doxxing.

It's the hypersensitive overreaction that's the story here.

It's not about hating "trans people", it's people with a narcissistic personality disorder. "Needs help" ... I'm not the first to suggest it either.

Reddit admins just had a fucking MOMENT by Chipit in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Silencing & threatening people seems to be Challenor's MO for a long time.

These don't sound like good qualifications for a community admin or political candidate. This person needs psychological help, not a position of power & influence. We'll see if it works out as well for Reddit as it did for the Greens and the LibDems. Seems right on track so far.


US TV "60 Minutes" to cover detransitioners; activists having a meltdown by our_team_is_winning in LGBDropTheT

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The term macaroni was used to describe a fashionable man who dressed and spoke in an outlandishly affected and effeminate manner.

In British conversation, the term "Yankee doodle dandy" implied unsophisticated misappropriation of upper-class fashion, as though simply sticking a feather in one's cap would transform the wearer into a noble. [...] the British were insinuating that the colonists were lower-class men who lacked masculinity, emphasizing that the American men were womanly.

By 1781, Yankee Doodle had turned from being an insult to being a song of national pride.

Punk rock, basically. Turning the other cheek as an act of subversion.

Today I saw a trans flag flying above a sign that said "we believe science is real". Is there any action LGBs can make to retake or combat the conversation from the TQs? by ImSuperCerial in LGBDropTheT

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Maybe we need to revisit the debates of the atheism movements of 10-15 years ago.

Science is not a belief system, and anyone who says "trust the science" without understanding it themselves is just operating on faith. This is a religious statement, not a rational one.

Women believing in "misandry" are worse than women believing in "transphobia" by censorshipment in GenderCritical

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Regardless of what you claim here—have you considered that perhaps those tests are designed to measure those "capitalized" skills at the exclusion of equally important "soft" skills? You measure what you value, and that's where you find the extremes of your scale.

For any society to function continuously and survive, a mix of both (and more) kinds of skills are vital. Call it what you want: stability vs. risk, conservative vs. progressive, or any other axis you choose. You'll never convince me that the right answer is one at the exclusion of the other.

GraceLife Church of Edmonton Redpills the World on the False Pandemic by christnmusicreleases in news

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Great post. You lost me a bit on the religious parts, but I can't disagree with anything you wrote.

If anything, it seems this virus is seasonal and doesn't appear to care whether we wear masks or not. At the start of March, Alberta's "sister state" of Texas announced they would open everything, 100%. Numbers of both daily cases & daily deaths continue to decline in the weeks since. Similarly in Florida, which refused to close down at any point.

People who claim to "trust the science" should really be looking closely at this: science is ALWAYS about questioning what we know. It's not a matter of faith.

Vanessa Vokey on Bitchute! by our_team_is_winning in GenderCritical

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Great! If anyone has her contact, please encourage her to post videos on Odysee as well. Because Odysee allows mirroring from YouTube, it means a lot of mainstream creators have done so, and it's picked up a broad community of interests. Therefore it's less likely to be pigeonholed as a "right-wing" site. (I've seen that said about Bitchute.)

Vanessa Vokey's channel was just removed from YouTube by usehername in GenderCritical

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It must be. I've seen enough videos from prominent YouTubers that have to use silly language workarounds like "who shall not be named" or a bleep with a wink and a nudge. They must believe they have actual concerns about losing their channel or losing prominence if the algorithm picks up some words even out of context.

It's maddening.

Zero evidence of social contagion then... by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Also explain detrans folks that then transition again

I wonder how many of them do so because of losing their friends/community, too.

LMAO by Keznen in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Welcome, I think you'll fit in with us retards here just fine.

Where are you on the asexual spectrum? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Yeah, that's not good. I'm sure there are people for whom sex is not pleasurable for many different reasons, or even just because, and hence they don't want it in their relationship.

But then, if "asexual" just meant that, then it would actually mean something. It's when it starts being combined with modifiers like "hypersexual asexuals" etc. that you start to wonder—is someone just making this up because it's really a kid who hasn't actually had sex (and maybe is too young to really want to), but has instead just read all about it on the internet?

Where are you on the asexual spectrum? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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I thought I was just making a goofy joke there by obviously oversimplifying, but that's a very insightful response. Thank you for writing it.

I do suspect that there are a lot of young people who haven't actually had sex before they start labelling themselves and identifying as something just to fit in, too. I would dismiss it as a harmless "what I'm going to be when I grow up" kind of fantasy—if only it didn't come with so many harmful ideas and expectations like the ones you describe.

Where are you on the asexual spectrum? by Chunkeeguy in LGBDropTheT

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Thanks for this... I think I finally figured it out.

"Asexual" just means "Virgin"

"What date should we choose for 'Terfs Told You So Day' in 2030 when all of this bullshit is over? Can we turn the whole of March into 'Terfs Fucking Told You, You Fucking Cowards' Month?" by BEB in GenderCritical

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I'm afraid it will take a few iterations of "first they came for" until enough institutional voices & then ordinary people are willing to speak up publicly, no longer caring about losing their social capital to appear accepting at all costs. Undoubtedly these issues will start hitting closer & closer to home until enough lines are crossed. Then, the atrocious ideas that this movement has been spreading can finally be ridiculed openly, and the institututions that supported it unquestioningly will start to distance themselves from it.

(Social Justice Progressivism) admits that it is wrong about something

No, that's never going to happen. But if they get shamed, they'll stay quiet about it and try to pretend like it never happened. Many German grandparents also didn't like to talk about their time in the war.

I also can't say how long it will take to burn itself out. There's an entire generation enthralled with this nonsense.

"@VanessaVokey makes a video about parents in Canada being put in jail if they do not support their underage daughters' wish to "transition" and mutilate their body parts. Youtube takes it down in less than 5 minutes because 'hate speech'." by BEB in GenderCritical

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Odysee is excellent. I believe they allow you to automatically mirror your content from YouTube. I haven't tried it though, I'm not a video creator.

Milo takes on Blaire White? by our_team_is_winning in LGBDropTheT

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it is true that gender dysphoria exists and is a real issue

It exists, but I also wonder how much of it is a "real issue". I suspect the current surge is often wrongly attributed because of increased anxiety among youth, and simply self-diagnosed / self-identified as such—which a therapist is now expected to "affirm".

So I wouldn't simply agree that it's a "real issue"—but it is complex.

Some teenagers/young adults that I know are afraid of picking up the phone to make an appointment or introduce themselves & ask people for what they need. Whatever underlies that kind of insecurity & anxiety is likely related to the cause of things like ROGD...

Since smartphones & social media, it's the first generation that's been able to avoid navigating in-person interactions & develop a social identity disconnected from physical reality. Then, add some insane ideas from the internet and puberty into the mix—and are we really surprised?

US TV "60 Minutes" to cover detransitioners; activists having a meltdown by our_team_is_winning in LGBDropTheT

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Did the goth/emo craze of the early 00's not taught us anything?

Every. Single. Generation.

Bowie fans were androgynous aliens from mars... and got over it eventually. 18th century kids were scoffed at for the dandy/macaroni craze, too—you can still put a feather in your cap if you want to, but it don't mean shit.

Bill C-16: Trans-zero is zero by slushpilot in GenderCritical

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Oh damn. I didn't know he was Canadian. What's concerning is this will mean he will get official protection from criticism under these laws.

It's Already Happening by christnmusicreleases in politics

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What Fascism Is and What It Is Not. No word has been more brazenly and irresponsibly weaponized and diluted by the social justice movement than fascism. If Trump were a true fascist, there would not have been an election in which he lost and left power. Fascist regimes brutally suppress dissent. by Chipit in politics

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On the flip side, the Marxist idea of "Liberation" (effectively, any revolution against the hegemony, anti-capitalism, anti-imperialism, anti-racism and all similar strains of utopian thought) was also embraced in some parts of the Catholic church, especially in Central & South America during the later 20th century. Most notably, the Sandinista movement of Nicaragua. Pope JPII was a wise critic of these movements, recognizing that our attempts to establish heaven on earth could only be done by force, and paradoxically result in a hell of our own creation. As a Pole, he would surely know.

Just look up Marxism Liberation and see how quickly you get to "Liberation Theology".

It's Already Happening by christnmusicreleases in politics

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What's the source? Who's the speaker?

Let me get this straight, regarding Washington Post admitting that their Trump-Georgia election story was "false" by salvia_d in conspiracy

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Yes, the bullshit has always been there. The trouble is, we can all smell it now and they're still pretending like we can't.

Army may change “gender-neutral physical test” because women aren’t performing as well as men by scrubking in politics

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Exhibit A: males competing in women's sports.

Exhibit B: this.

You can't have both.

Canadian father who opposes child's transition, defies court orders, taken into custody by BEB in GenderCritical

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Rob Hoogland (left) is the father who is losing his freedom for the crime of resisting the state from giving his 14-year old daughter cross-sex hormones, and then speaking freely against it when he lost his parental rights in court.

Chris Elston (right) is sticking his neck out week after week by taking the online social media nonsense to the streets and showing people what is really going on. Note, his arm is broken because black bloc thugs ambushed and assaulted him with a traffic cone on Friday night.

We owe them much respect and thanks for their sacrifices. Make their names known.

Reddit Moment by Tarrock in MeanwhileOnReddit

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Gender Identity.

Do I win?

Raised bed I built this past weekend. by Zapped in gardening

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You can find recycled too if you go to a construction salvage yard... old roofing from farm buildings, etc. It doesn't have to look perfect, in fact a little bit of "character" can look nice, too.

Man Charged in Capitol Riot Had a Hitler Mustache by Nemacolin in news

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This is so cartoonish it's hard to believe it's not a plant.

Man attacked for protesting against transing of children by DR373737 in GenderCritical

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Chris said in his interview with Arty that he was contacted by several media outlets.

Can anyone find a mainstream publication in Canada covering this? (CBC, CTV, Global,...) I see Post Millennial, RT, and even InfoWars already have stories up... I just can't find anything else.

Why can't we have any trustworthy media reporting??